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Essay | Lord of the Flies, an Analysis

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Lord of the Flies, an Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the novel, Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. Explores major themes in the work, including the existence of evil on the island, the division of communities, and brutality amongst adolescents.
Buddha states "There has to be evil so that good can prove its purity above it." The Lord of the Flies contains various elements of barbarism and civilization. There is an existence of evil on the island, a division of communities, and a brutality amongst adolescents.

The existence of evil is present in many ways on the island. There are many symbols in which evil plays a role in as well. For example, Jack represents evil by having many savage instincts and urges to kill. The "Lord of the Flies" is evil because it represents the monster in each of the boys, and in each human being. The serpent represents evil because they are usually looked at as evil and wicked mythological creatures. They are made out to be large sea monsters that no human rarely see. Evil exists on the island to keep...

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